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Old 03-24-2008, 05:32 PM   #49
klrbaer
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As a Fireman and EMT the best option would be to have the dogtags or the info around the neck, or the tattoo on the upper chest. Quiet honestly, at the accident scene alot of things get moved and removed from the pt and quite often the medical tags or the medical bracelett come in very handy. I had a pt last summer that was on his new to him R6 and he took out a 4x4 mail box post with his leg. He was concsous but just kept screeming about his leg and we got our info from the medical braclett he was wearing.
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